Foam Roll Release



The most overlooked component of injury prevention and continual progress is soft-tissue quality. Roll out your muscles, treat day-to-day stiffness, recover, and loosen things up.


Foam rolling is a recovery method that has many benefits including increased circulation, heightened neurological function, injury prevention, and performance enhancement. Use a foam roller to search for tender areas or trigger points and roll them out to decrease soft tissue density. Foam rollers provide relief and allow you to massage out tight muscles. Learn how to use this tool correctly, apply detailed variations, and prep your body for training. With a little direction, you’ll easily find the tender spots on your own. This self paced roll-out will give you the skills to continue on your own before and after workouts.

What you’re workin

What to expect
Myofascial release is a self applied therapy that is safe, gentle, and consistently effective in producing results to release tight muscles, improve inflexible areas, and remove muscle spasms/tightness. Because you are using body weight to apply pressure, foam rolling can be uncomfortable and can sometimes even border on being painful. Although this class hurts-so-good, you’ll notice a positive difference on the way out.

What to wear
Comfortable tight clothes (free of zippers, buttons, or loose objects) that you can roll on. Long hair should be pulled back. Bare feet or socks ideal.

Who is teaching
Erin Rabe
Tenae Roth

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